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The Hulett Collection & Etherton Gallery : Danny Lyon : Thirty Photographs (1962-1980)


The Hulett Collection presents in collaboration with Etherton Gallery, ‘Danny Lyon: Thirty Photographs (1962-1980)’ which features many of the New Mexico photographer, Danny Lyon’s, most iconic images. The portfolio, published in 2019 and limited to an edition of 10, was compiled by Terry Etherton of Etherton Gallery in Tucson, Arizona, spotlighting his 40-year association with Lyon.

One of the most original and influential documentary photographers of the post-war generation, Danny Lyon forged a new style of documentary photography, described in literary circles as “New Journalism,” an unconventional, personal form of documentary in which the photographer immersed himself in his subject’s world.

Having established new models for both documentary photography and the photography book, Danny Lyon went on to become an influential documentary filmmaker, winning numerous honors and awards in both fields, including Guggenheim Fellowships in both film and photography, and the 2015 Lucie Award for Achievement in Documentary Photography.

Danny Lyon’s work is in the permanent collections of The Museum of Modern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, American Museum of Art, Smithsonian Institute, the J. Paul Getty Museum and many other public institutions. Lyon lives and works in New Mexico.


Danny Lyon : Thirty Photographs (1962-1980)
Until August 24, 2024
The Hulett Collection
1311 E 15th St.
Tulsa, OK 74120

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